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Often you may see advertisements for items as “freebies. Describe how the items may not actually be free and the impact they have on people who receive them. Have you ever had an experience with a “freebie”?
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Sometimes, the act of accepting the freebie binds you to a contractual agreement to spend lots of money.
Some magazine houses offer freebies like a couple of books, or a bookshelf; once you agree to accept the "gift", you are automatically signed up for years of magazine subscriptions which are usually way more expensive than elsewhere. Book Clubs are a particularly irritating source of this tactic.
If you really want freebies without further obligation, go to a business convention like MacWorld, or CES, or The Money Show. You can grab all the ballpoint pens and candies you want from the booths. You may even get lucky and get a cap or a calendar.